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Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience - Halifax - Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience - Halifax - Nova Scotia
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This program is designed for students not anticipating subsequent experimental graduate-level training in neuroscience or related disciplines.
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Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience
Course Description:
 Departmental Requirements

1000 level

            
•     MATH 1000.03
•     One other half credit in Mathematics (ideally, but not necessarily, MATH 1010.03)
•     BIOL 1010.03/1011.03 or BIOL 1020.03/1021.03
•     CHEM 1011.03/1012.03
•     PSYO 1011.03/1012.03 or PSYO 1021.03/1022.03
•     Or, in lieu of the above, SCIE 1501X/Y.27, 1503X/Y.21, 1504X/Y.27, or 1510X/Y.33

Students are strongly recommended to take PHYC 1100X/Y.06 or PHYC 1300X/Y.06 prior to finishing their degree.

2000 level
            

•     NESC 2007.03
•     NESC 2470.03
•     NESC 2570.03
•     PSYO 2501.03 (or STAT 2080.03)
•     BIOL 2020.03 (SCIE 1501X/Y.27, 1502X/Y.21, 1503X/Y.21, 1504X/Y.27, or 1510X/Y.33, or BIOL 1010.03/1011.03 or BIOL 1020.03/1021.03, or CHEM 1011.03/1012.03, or equivalents, are required as prerequisites for this class.)
•     Two half credits selected from: NESC 2130.03, 2140.03, 2160.03, 2170.03, BIOC 2300.03, BIOL 2030.03, PHYC 2250.03

3000 /4000 level
            
•     Two half credits of laboratory classes selected from NESC 3044.03, 3137.03, 3370.03, 3371.03, 3440.03, 3775.03, 4377.03
•     Two more half credits selected from NESC 3005.03, 3043.03, 3044.03, 3051.03, 3052.03, 3125.03, 3131.03, 3132.03, 3133.03, 3134.03, 3137.03, 3161.03, 3165.03, 3190.03, 3227.03, 3237.03, 3260.03, 3270.03, 3670.03, 3770.03, 3790.03, 3970.03, 4177.03, 4374.03, 4376.03, 4377.03
•     Two additional full credits (or four half credits) in Neuroscience classes at the 3000/4000 level

Note: The following can be counted as NESC classes: BIOC 2200.03, 3200.03, BIOL 2030.03, 3020.03, PHYC 2250.03.

  • NESC 2007.03: Neuroscience Principles and Methods.
  • NESC 2130.03: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology.
  • NESC 2140.03: Learning.
  • NESC 2160.03: Animal Behaviour.
  • NESC 2170.03: Hormones and Behaviour.
  • NESC 2470.03: Systems Neuroscience.
  • NESC 2570.03: Cellular Neuroscience.
  • NESC 3000X/Y.06: Independent Research in Neuroscience.
  • NESC 3001.03: Directed Project in Neuroscience.
  • NESC 3005.03: Perceptual Processes.
  • NESC 3010X/Y.06: Advanced General Psychology.
  • NESC 3043.03: Neurobiology of Learning.
  • NESC 3044.03: Laboratory Methods of Learning and Conditioning.
  • NESC 3051.03: Sensory Neuroscience I. Vision.
  • NESC 3052.03: Sensory Neuroscience II. Hearing and Speech.
  • NESC 3125: Biology of Excitable Cells.
  • NESC 3131.03: Research Methods in Attention.
  • NESC 3132.03: Research Methods in Visual Cognition.
  • NESC 3133.03: Research Methods in Memory.
  • NESC 3134.03: Research Methods in Psycholinguistics.
  • NESC 3137.03: Research Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • NESC 3161.03: Measuring Behaviour.
  • NESC 3165.03: Neuroethology.
  • NESC 3190.03: Psycholinguistics.
  • NESC 3227.03: Principles of Human Neuropsychology.
  • NESC 3237.03: Drugs and Behaviour.
  • NESC 3260.03: Biological Rhythms.
  • NESC 3270.03: Developmental Neuroscience.
  • NESC 3370.03: Neuroscience Laboratory I.
  • NESC 3371.03: Neuroscience Laboratory II.
  • NESC 3440.03: Neuroanatomy.
  • NESC 3670.03: Genes, Brain and Behaviour.
  • NESC 3770.03: Behavioural Neuroscience.
  • NESC 3775.03: Behavioural Neuroscience Laboratory.
  • NESC 3790.03: Neurolinguistics.
  • NESC 3970.03: Molecular Neuroscience.

4000-level Seminars
The following seminars are intended for fourth-year Honours students. Third-year Honours students are eligible provided they obtain permission from the instructor, and the needs of all the fourth-year Honours students have been met. The topics covered in these classes vary from year to year.

  • NESC 4000.03: Senior Seminar.
  • NESC 4050.03: Topics in Perception.
  • NESC 4070.03: Chemical Neurobiology.
  • NESC 4130.03: Topics in Human Information Processing.
  • NESC 4160.03: Topics in Behavioural Biology.
  • NESC 4170.03: Topics in Behavioural Neuroendocrinology.
  • NESC 4177.03: Theoretical Neuroscience.
  • NESC 4230.03: Human Performance Topics.
  • NESC 4374.03: Introduction to Pharmacology I.
  • NESC 4376.03: Introduction to Pharmacology II.
  • NESC 4377.03: Introduction to Pharmacology III.
  • NESC 4500X/Y.06: Honours Thesis.
  • NESC 4740.03: Topics in the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory.

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